The crossover Kia Soul 2022 has arrived in Russia

The South Korean automaker Kia announced the imminent start of sales in Russia of the urban crossover Kia Soul of the 2022 model year. The updated Soul will be available to Russian users from September 17 in 12 variants of a combination of engines, transmissions, and equipment. The cost will be from 1,249,900 to 1,869,900 rubles, depending on the configuration.

The Soul crossover will be the second Kia model on the Russian market to receive a new brand logo. Until the end of 2021, 6 more Kia models presented in Russia will be able to boast of a new emblem. Kia has equipped the Soul with oversized multimedia systems. In the Luxe, Prestige, and Style trim levels, the Soul crossover is now equipped with an 8-inch display and has access to Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Yandex services.

With a Yandex.Plus subscription, the owner gets the opportunity to use the main Yandex services through Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, such as Maps, Navigator, and Music. You can search by address or organization name, select the optimal route taking into account traffic jams, route tips, display traffic jams, traffic events, and other functions. Warnings about speed limits and cameras, photo and video recording work without route planning.

Versions with 1.6 MPI (123 hp) engines can be equipped with either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. The 2.0 MPI engine (150 hp) is only offered in conjunction with a six-speed automatic transmission. The most powerful power unit is installed in the sporty GT Line design - a 1.6 T-GDI with direct injection and turbocharging, which has an output of 200 hp. It is only available with the 7DCT seven-speed robotic dual-clutch transmission.

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